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TheraScoop Tested: Next Level Seated Lateral Trainer for Seniors & Athletes

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The Scoop is one of our favorite seated exercise machines. It is a nifty little trainer that works your thighs and legs. The original version was quite popular but had a couple of shortcomings. For starters, it didn’t have enough resistance for serious athletes. It also had a lightweight design, so it moved around unless you had a stability mat. The TheraScoop addresses many of these issues. It is heavier and more stable, so it stays put as you exercise.

The TheraScoop is a bit thicker than the original. It can still fit under your desk. It has a resistance knob with 8 levels. Unlike the original version, you can see a significant increase in resistance when you move from level 1 to level 8. It weighs around 35lbs whereas the older model was under 20lbs. This lateral trainer also has a convenient handle, so you can move it around more easily.

I did notice that pedal in this new model is shorter. While I preferred the longer pedals better, this is not a deal breaker. The machine looks and feel sturdier than the original scoop. It was also very easy to assemble. It comes with two stability legs and pedals. You simply have to attach a couple of screws, and you are set. The display is very similar to the original version and shows your stats. You can hold the main button to reset.

Overall, we found the TheraScoop to be a welcome upgrade over the original Scoop. It gives you a much harder workout as you sit in comparison to the original Scoop. It may be heavier but you can use its handle to move it around more easily. Best of all, it didn’t move when we used it from level 1 to level 8. It is great for seniors but also has something to offer to athletes.

Therascoop Review: Upgraded Seated Lateral Trainer Tested 💪 Gadgetify

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